EXPO MILANO 2015 - FEEDING THE PLANET, ENERGY FOR LIFE


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EXPO MILANO 2015 - FEEDING THE PLANET, ENERGY FOR LIFE

by Italian Trade Agency

"Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life" is the core theme of Expo Milano 2015. This common thread runs through all the events organized both within and outside the official Exhibition Site. Expo Milano 2015 will provide an opportunity to reflect upon, and seek solutions to, the contradictions of our world. On the one hand, there are still the hungry and, on the other, there are those who die from ailments linked to poor nutrition or too much food. In addition, about 1.3 billion tons of foods are wasted every year. For these reasons, we need to make conscious political choices, develop sustainable lifestyles, and use the best technology to create a balance between the availability and the consumption of resources.

COME APRIRE UNA PARTITA IVA IN INDIA - PAN NUMBER

by Italian Trade Commission

In questo videotutorial vengono illustrate le varie fasi attraverso le quali un impresa straniera puo' ottenere il Pan Number indiano (equivalente piu' o meno al Codice Fiscale italiano). Il Pan number e' richiesto dalla legge indiana sia per poter aprire un attivita' in India sia per poter usufruire di un aliquota agevolata nel caso di forniture di servizi di consulenza e/o assistenza tecnica a beneficio di imprese indiane da parte di imprese straniere (anche senza una presenza in India). La procedura e' on-line, ma necessita di una serie di attiivita' da realizzare in Italia: visura camerale, traduzione, giuramento e apostille. Il modulo é on line sul sito del Ministero delle Finanze Indiano (modulo 49AA) e il pagamento si potrà effettuare anche con una carta di credito (Rs. 985 pari a circa 14 Euro). I tempi per l'ottenimento sono circa di 15 gg dal momento della spedizione della documentazione. Maggiori info e/o aggiornamenti sul sito del ministero indiano: https://tin.tin.nsdl.com/pan/newpanforeign.html

COME APRIRE UNA SOCIETA' IN INDIA

by Italian Trade Commission

L' Avv. Santa Maria, in questo video tutorial, ci guida attraverso le varie forme societarie utilizzate dagli operatori esteri per entrare nel mercato indiano. Dalla Private Limited fino all'ufficio di rappresentanza, illustrandone vantaggi, svantaggi e tempi di costituzione.

GUIDA ALLA COSTITUZIONE DI UNA PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY (SRL)

by Italian Trade Commission

In questa seconda parte del Video-Tutorial, l'avv Santa Maria ci guida attraverso i singoli step da intraprendere per la costituzione di una Private Limited Company, equivalente - piu' o meno - alla nostra Societa' a Responsabilita' Limitata. Le procedure costitutive sono illustrate in sei semplici fasi, corredati di esempi, immagini e di moduli da compilare per arrivare in tempi brevi alla costituzione della forma societaria piu' utilizzata in India da parte delle imprese straniere. Le procedure descritte sono sempre da farsi con l'assistenza di uno studio legale o di un commercialista indiano.

YUNUS & L'ITALIA - INTERVISTA ESCLUSIVA A ITALIA INDIA

by Italian Trade Commission

Abbiamo incontrato il prof.Muhammad Yunus, premio Nobel per la Pace 2006, durante un suo recente viaggio a Mumbai, per prendere parte ai lavori della Grameen Lab Foundation. Il fondatore della Grameen Bank e uno degli inventori del micro credito ci ha parlato dei suoi rapporti con l'Italia e con le sue istituzioni finanziarie. Di come il microcredito stia prendendo piede anche nei cosidetti mercati maturi, dagli Stati Uniti all'Eruopa Occidentale. Lo stato dell'economia mondiale alla luce della recente crisi finanziaria mondiale e che ruolo puo' svolgere il micro-credito in questo nuovo contesto. Lo sviluppo del Social Business negli ultimi anni sta cambiando il modo di interpretare il sostegno allo sviluppo. Molti imprenditori pensano che possono "doing well, by doing good" ma questo non sempre si rivela possibile.

THE POLITECNICO OF MILAN WANTS INDIAN STUDENTS

by Italian Trade Commission

The Politecnico of Milan Head of International Projects, Mrs Dora Longoni was in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai last month in seach of collaboration with Indian universities and IITs with which start collaborations for students and professor's exchange programs. The Politecnico of Mlan has already a conspicous foreign student community and it wants to broaden it's appeal to the Indian students. The Milan Politecnico is world famous for it's design alumi, some of the world most famous designes came out of it's classrooms. So, if you're Indian,if you're young, if you're passionate about design or engineering and you're interested in an experience in one of the most exciting cities in Europe you might want to watch this video.

PIAGGIO LAUNCHES THE ICONIC VESPA IN INDIA

by Italian Trade Commission

Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd, the Indian arm of Italian scooter maker Piaggio and C SpA, will start selling its Vespa scooter in the Indian market from Friday 27th April 2012. Piaggio has priced the gearless Vespa LX 125 at Rs.66,661 (ex-showroom, Pune), hoping to create a niche, premium category in the 2.5 million-a-year scooter market in India. The scooter, to be positioned as a lifestyle product rather than a commuter’s choice, will be sold through exclusive showrooms across 35 cities. The Italian firm will form exclusive Vespa fan clubs in India.

TAMIL NADU - PROFILO ECONOMICO

by Italian Trade Commission

THE INDIAN FASHION MARKET AND ITALIAN BRANDS – PART 2

by Italian Trade Commission

In the past one decade the Indian fashion industry has moved from an embryonic stage to a blossoming take-off. India can now boost a dozens of leading fashion brands, who try to compete with main European fashion brands in their concepts, styles and designs. We met the heads of various Italian fashion brands like Enrico Marinelli of Frette, Fulvia Ferragamo, daughter and V.P. of Salvatore Ferragamo group, Francesco Pesci, CEO of Brioni, Carla Fendi, V.P. of Fendi and Armando Branchini, CEO of Altagamma who shared their views about the Indian Fashion Market in terms of its challenges, obstacles and the future opportunities for Italian brands. We also met Priya Tanna, Editor of Vogue India and Sanjay Kapoor, head of Genesis Colors who shared their views on how the Indian Fashion Market works in terms of behavior, changing needs etc and what is required to promote a foreign brand in India.

THE INDIAN FASHION MARKET AND ITALIAN BRANDS – PART 1

by Italian Trade Commission

In the past one decade the Indian fashion industry has moved from an embryonic stage to a blossoming take-off. India can now boost a dozens of leading fashion brands, who try to compete with main European fashion brands in their concepts, styles and designs. We met the heads of various Italian fashion brands like Enrico Marinelli of Frette, Fulvia Ferragamo, daughter and V.P. of Salvatore Ferragamo group, Francesco Pesci, CEO of Brioni, Carla Fendi, V.P. of Fendi and Armando Branchini, CEO of Altagamma who shared their views about the Indian Fashion Market in terms of its challenges, obstacles and the future opportunities for Italian brands. We also met Priya Tanna, Editor of Vogue India and Sanjay Kapoor, head of Genesis Colors who shared their views on how the Indian Fashion Market works in terms of behavior, changing needs etc and what is required to promote a foreign brand in India.